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The Open Apparel Registry (OAR) is a free, open data tool mapping garment facilities worldwide and allocating a unique ID to each.


The OAR’s DevOps Engineer will oversee and be accountable for development of the OAR’s web application, mapping tool, and underlying database. The DevOps Engineer will work closely with the OAR’s leadership team, product team, and contracted technical provider to:

  • Provide leadership in developing an infrastructure and deployment strategy to scale our current platform from an apparel-specific web application and database with over 80,000 facilities to a broader range of global retail supply chains, with the potential to identify millions of production and manufacturing facilities.
  • Balance the immediate need of scaling the platform with the strategic need to position the organization as core infrastructure within the supply chain transparency / ESG ecosystem. The position is remote, but we ask that the employee be located in the eastern time zone of the US, or be willing to align their work schedule with those hours. This is a full-time, salaried position within the US. Benefits include medical and vision insurance and a generous parental leave and vacation policy. The OAR is a lean organization with a remote staff base.

Deadline: May 31, 2022

Our Commitment

OAR is committed to creating an inclusive and representative environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.


  • Leadership and oversight on infrastructure, deployment, and maintenance of OAR’s existing web platform as well as the strategic evolution to the next generation platform.
  • Build and leverage reporting dashboards that incorporate system health, site performance, and traffic in order to monitor system status and inform technical and product roadmap.
  • Identify gaps and needs where processes and systems could be made more efficient.
  • Collaborate with other technical staff and product team on the development of system requirements and acceptance criteria; bring technical perspective of what is possible and what tradeoffs exist between different technical options or feature designs.
  • Ability to define engineering tasks accurately and ensure scalable, robust, efficient, and easily maintainable systems.
  • Oversee documentation of all deployment practices and platform infrastructure, as you work with other functions of the team (architecture, security, engineering, etc.) to deploy scalable and high-quality solutions.
  • Work with the engineering team to improve code integration and deployment cycles.
  • Work with OAR management and QA to improve overall quality protocols and application testing.

The Ideal Candidate

  • A mid- to senior-level DevOps engineer with software engineering experience, including contributions to architecture design, implementation, and maintenance of new and current systems.
  • You have experience in a high growth, consumer or SaaS company and understand what it takes to build high performing data products. Bonus points if you have experience with GIS, ESG, or GHG accounting data or platforms.
  • You bring a solid understanding of infrastructure design, including the operational trade-offs of various designs.
  • You are experienced with modern infrastructure tools such as Docker, Terraform, Jenkins, etc. and with modern CI/CD practices and build systems, such as GitLab CI/CD, GitHub Actions.
  • You have an interest in the complexity and nuances of global supply chains and are motivated to dig in and understand how open data can be leveraged to combat intractable issues that persist within them - issues like modern day slavery and environmental degradation.
  • You are excited about OAR’s mission, opportunities for growth and potential impact; you are an advocate for the power of open data.
  • You are open to a pro-feedback, pro-fun, mission driven and global workplace culture.

Must have:

  • Mastery of multi-disciplinary software roles: architecture, security, DevOps, etc.
  • Experience creating KPIs and overall evaluation criterion & monitoring/tracking successfully
  • Production environment experience for large and/or global user base

Nice to have:

  • Experience working with supply chain/ESG/GHG data
  • Experience with geospatial data
  • Experience in a social enterprise, B Corp or nonprofit

Benefits & Compensation

  • This role has enormous growth potential alongside the growth of the organization across geographies and sectors
  • The team is open to flexible working patterns, encouraging team members to work in the most effective way that ensures work gets done efficiently
  • Medical and dental insurance
  • Professional development stipend
  • Generous vacation and parental leave

Budgeted salary range of 110,000-130,000 USD, commensurate with experience and location (we benchmark salaries using national averages and try to stay close to ensure equity for our global team).


Screening interview: 30 min, Phone screening. Phone call with a member of the team to understand background and motivation for applying. If the candidate is moving past this stage of the process, an assignment to be submitted ahead of interview 2 will be shared. 

Interview 2: 45 min, Coding / Management interview. Meet with the product, engineering, and leadership team (2-3 people) who will ask the candidate to explain their approach to the assignment and results. Also included in this stage will be general coding / data science, technical strategy, and ways of working questions. 

Interview 3: 30 min, Team dynamics interview. Meet with other members of the team to gauge if it’s a good match between the candidate and broader organization. 

References: Candidates moving past interview 3 will be asked to provide two professional references that can speak to the candidate’s technical abilities, professionalism and character. 

In some cases, Interview 3 may be incorporated into the second interview. 

Hiring decisions will be made after interviews and reference checks are complete.


  • We're a female-led organization that seeks to bring transparency to the intractable problems surrounding global supply chains. 
  • We're a remote-first organization with team members internationally located. 
  • We're an agile organization that's prime for your professional growth and impact.
  • We have team building and culture events to build camaraderie in a remote environment. 
  • Unlimited PTO
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